Posts of CLP, opposition leader should be held by one person: Siddaramaiah
Senior Congress leader Siddaramaiah on Saturday said in his personal opinion, the post of Congress Legislature Party leader and Leader of Opposition in Karnataka should not be separated, and should be held by one person.
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Siddaramaiah attacked chief minister BS Yediyurappa in a series of tweets and taunted him to get the Centre to impose emergency in Karnataka, and rule the state the way they wanted. "Don't harass us by prohibiting us from meeting our people," he said.
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Siddaramaiah, who has submitted his resignation to the posts of the leader of the Congress Legislature Party and the Opposition, criticised the chief minister in a series of tweets.
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Siddaramaiah has sent in his letter of resignation to AICC president Sonia Gandhi, reiterating his loyalty to Gandhi as well as the party. He expressed regrets at not being able to win more seats despite making sincere efforts.
Siddaramaiah resigns as CLP leader after Congress poor show in Assembly byelections
In a letter to Interim Congress President Sonia Gandhi, Siddaramaiah expressed his sincere regrets for not being able to give "satisfactory results" in the byelections. "I deem it necessary to step down as Leader of the CLP by taking moral responsibility", he wrote.
BS Yediyurappa backtracks, says no compensation till probe is over
Karnataka CM BS Yediyurappa said the Rs 10-lakh compensation he had announced for the families of two people killed in Mangaluru during anti-Citizenship Amendment Act protests would not be paid until an investigation was over.
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Siddaramaiah calls for judicial inquiry, increase in relief for deceased’s families. The chief minister sought to clarify the government’s position as the BJP regime has come under heightened attack by the opposition Congress and the JD(S).
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Yediyurappa was addressing reporters on the CAA and NRC issue that has triggered widespread protests across the country, including Karnataka.
Siddaramaiah, Kumaraswamy booked for sedition over protest against I-T raids
Based on a complaint by activist Mallikarjuna A, a city court recently directed the commercial street police to register a case under various sections of the IPC including criminal conspiracy and attempting or abetting waging war against the Government of India.
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CPI MP Binoy Viswam, five party workers detained
Six protesters including Binoy Viswam were detained, police said. The protesters raised 'Save India, Save Democracy' slogans and criticised the Yediyurappa government for its actions against those protesting against the new law.
Karnataka Congress slams state govt's proposal to rename Indira Canteens
“If you lack ideas and knowledge to introduce pro-people programmes, you can seek the help of the Congress leaders. But do not change the name of Indira Gandhi who sacrificed her life for the country. You will face the public wrath,” posted the state Congress twitter handle.
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